This device mounts to a standard 1" bicycle handlebar, and has a GPS receiver previously only available for automobiles, with integral antenna and a speedometer, that accurately displays your location within 10 meters and your speed on an easy to read LCD.
Never get lost on two wheels again!
Does it shine your shoes? No, but this amazing wireless device combines a GPS, MP3 player, audio book player, picture viewer, world clock, currency and measurement converters and a calculator in a device that fits in the palm of your hand and weighs less than 6 oz. Don't leave home without it.
How fun is this? A compact and sturdy paddle boat with an acrylic window that gives riders a close-up view below the water's surface.
You turn the paddles with your arms, similar to the way you would turn a bike pedal. Don't forget the sunscreen on your back.
When temperatures drop below 32° F, this portable unit turns any backyard into an ice rink for parties, skating or hockey practice. It is very easy to assemble; no tools are required. Rink is ready to use after two to three consecutive days of freezing temperatures. Design accommodates backyards with unlevel terrain and landscaping obstacles. Average ice thickness is 2 1/2 inches. Instructional video and vinyl repair kit included. (Zamboni not included.)
Most fish finders are either handheld or affixed to a boat. This floating sonar sensor attaches to your line, weighs 1 oz., and has an operating radius of 75 feet, transmitting real-time views of fish to the display unit you wear like a watch. The sensor reads water depth up to 100 feet, and its ultra-wide sonar beam covers wide swaths of water to help you find the perfect spot to fish. All controls are easily commanded from the one-touch wrist unit, including the fish proximity alarm, sensitivity level, depth range, and fish identifier. The system comes with a wrist LCD, instruction manual, carrying case, and two remote sensors.